How do potato plant and bryophyllum plants reproduce vegetatively?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 6th Jan, 2014, 02:45: PM
Potato tuber has depressions called "eyes" on its surface. These eyes have vegetative buds in them which germinate to produce a new potato plant. Similarly, the fleshy leaves of Bryophyllum bear vegetative buds in the notches along the leaf margin. These buds germinate to form small plantlets which form new plants on being detached.
Answered by | 6th Jan, 2014, 04:45: PM
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